For those who are mobility impaired birding has few choices and even fewer
acceptable choices. I sincerely doubt that few of us (birders) would object
to a birder  in a wheelchair, either pushed or electric. But what if you
could walk, just not very far or very long?
Would an electric scooter or some other evehicle be acceptable?
As technology improves evehicles, whether two, three or four wheels, become
more available and eco friendly.
The question is as a birder is how acceptable are you in allowing those
with mobility issues to take advantage of the emerging technology that is
Simply put, how much are you willing to accommodate your fellow birders
with disabilities?
And hopefully a lively discussion ensues.


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